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"samar" Discussed on WTOP
"Still checking on that work zone inside the southbound third street tunnel We think it's near the sea street exit and we believe the right side is taken away Rick McClure W T O P traffic storm team four meteorologists samar Theodore Tonight temperatures fall into the low to mid 40s We've got a shot at a few showers tonight but overall pretty quiet Tomorrow highs will be in the upper 60s It is going to be a mild start to the week Monday afternoon into Monday evening showers will push through the region and then we dry things out Tuesday Tuesday is actually mostly sunny but much colder with highs only in the low 40s Then late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning we'll actually see some snow Right now it's looking like a rain snow mix or more of a wet snow to start and then changing over to arrange snow mix because temperatures are going to go for about 40° on Wednesday accumulation doesn't look promising in the D.C. metro area above the farther north and west you head especially in higher elevations we could see some snow accumulating that way By Thursday we are dry with mostly sunny skies and highs in the low 40s I'm stormed in four meteorologists Samara Theodore Right now 44 in Gaithersburg 50 in Arlington Virginia and it is 47 in Washington at 9 30 This is wtp Your source for today's top news traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated In your car at home at work and on the go Never miss a moment Good evening I'm particularly on a one.
"samar" Discussed on WTOP
"Members are the mission insured by MA 7 28 Traffic and weather on the 8th to Rick McClure and the traffic center All right Sarah the beltway is looking better and better about three quarters of a way around except for one stretch on the outer loop leaving Virginia headed into Maryland a two across the Wilson bridge where you slow and both the local and through lanes no issues reported just a lot of people traveling tonight most likely headed toward the inner harbor for a little bit of fun I two 70 no problems there to and from Frederick I 95 Maryland side you're looking good beat away your Parkway looking even better Route 50 no problems there both inside and outside the beltway good along our both ends of the bay bridge three lanes west and two lanes east on the Virginia side listener reports a crash on 66 east before the beltway along the right side this causes the delays It had its east bathroom merryfield Three 95 north still volume heavy at times inbound on the 14th street bridge no issues reported just lots of volume headed toward the freeway in further downtown I 95 we had some pretty heavy delays still along the north or the southbound side through lord and woodbridge and Dale City where there's still crash cleanup activity with just the right lane getting by And two and through the district Southwest we have an event tonight in southwest at the waterfront that might be the cause for the slowdowns inbound on the 14th street bridge along the eastbound freeway near main avenue Rick McClure double UTP traffic And now to storm team four meteorologist samar Theodore Tonight temperatures head into the low 30s clearing does take place.
"samar" Discussed on WTOP
"A caring and comfortable lasik experience like no other Is it holsman laser vision dot com Steve Tristan or WTO P traffic Now storm team four meteorologist samar Theodore Lots of clouds tonight filling in temperatures falling into the 30s and winds going to start to kick up We're really going to get going though Monday When Gus could reach as high as 30 mph for your Monday plenty of sunshine mostly sunny on Monday with highs in the mid to upper 40s Tuesday highs are in the low 50s clouds will continue to decrease on Tuesday and we should start the day off with a good amount of cloud coverage and it's still breezy on Tuesday Wind gusta size 20 mph By Wednesday winds are calm heiser in the low 50s and we're partly sunny Get this by the end of the week we're still dry mix the sun in clouds probably a bit more clouds than sun by Thursday but we're warming fairly mild for your Thursday and Friday High temperatures on Thursday will peak in the low 60s By Friday we're near 60° in the upper 50s with mostly sunny skies I'm storm team four meteorologist samar Theodore $48 51 at Reagan national and 48 at BWI Marshall At 5 30 This is W TOP Your source for today's top news traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated In your car at home at work and on the go WTO P never miss a moment Good evening I'm tech giuliano Thomas Robertson is our producer Coming up the new COVID Akron variant has the world on a large Gaithersburg based novavax says it's working on a vaccine against the new variant.
"samar" Discussed on WTOP
"Be in the mid to upper 40s mostly sunny and then Thursday Thanksgiving Day looks pretty good A mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid 50s It's 44 right now in D.C. 40 manassas and 43 in Leesburg Samar thank you very much Brought to you by long fence Get 20% off your savings on fences decks and papers go to longfin dot com and schedule your free estimate today at 6 ten The future of whites fairy up in the air once again The new owners of the fairy Stacey and chuck coons seem to have ended negotiations with rockland farm owners which is the Virginia side landing One owner of rockland farm Libby Devlin says she was hopeful to come to an agreement with the coons Devlin also said she was in favor of a proposal that would charge a fee per vehicle using the landing an idea the previous owner rejected However the coons say the rockland farm owners have maligned them through aggressive and misleading online and signage campaigns They also say their $13 million offer to buy the property was ignored and ultimately rejected They say negotiations have soured to the point that they do not see a way to do business moving forward Acacia James WTO P news Two people dead and woodbridge both of them shot to death happen in the 11,500 block of bertram street in woodbridge Police say they found 36 year old manir nasafi and 34 year old merriam You safai suffering from gunshot wounds They say the two knew each other The holiday season is one of the deadliest times on the road because of drunk driving Now a local prosecutor wants you to consider taking matters into your own breath This is something that a lot of folks aren't doing We're giving out breathalyzers Tony Covington the state's attorney in Charles county Maryland saying his office is giving away breathalyzers that you can put on your keychain You blow in them to see your blood alcohol concentration I don't know if folks know but you can buy breathalyzers yourself to test yourself to make sure that you're good to drive Covington says it's a good idea to have one if you plan to do any drinking at all during the holiday season Far too many people I am told every time we go into court I didn't realize I had that much to drink The legal limit for blood alcohol concentration by the way is .08% Nikhil TOP news First time since COVID that family members near and far will gather for Thanksgiving over the river and through the wood if you will but it's not time to let your guard down Even if everyone is vaccinated and has a negative rapid test If one of our relatives is very frail or immunocompromised then we should add a respect for them try to do some extra steps like ventilation separation and masking Doctor Maria Elena Ruiz an infectious diseases specialist at med star Washington hospital center says that her gathering We always open doors bring air purifiers and try to create a lot of air circulation and we try not to crowd But it is difficult John Aaron W TOP news His 6 13 It's time for another dated actor's texture A thief sit gains access to your email account on your smartphone can get password reset messages sent to the phone from your bank in a matter.
"samar" Discussed on WTOP
"Through the area of route 32 But again it is moving a lot better once you're north of the area route 32 Silver diners new fall menu will certainly warm you up try their new apple pie stuff French toast where they're plant based oat milk pancakes with blueberries Learn more at silver diner dot com silver diner eat well and be well Steve dresner WT traffic And now to storm team four meteorologist samar Theodore overnight cloud stick around rain showers develop moving from east to west high temperatures tomorrow will be in the mid 70s Your Sunday starts off pretty cloudy and damp by the afternoon though we should start to see some more sunshine breaking through High temperatures will be in the mid 70s as I said Sunday but then Monday will be in the upper 70s so even warmer Monday partly sunny Tuesday partly sunny near 80° by Wednesday highs are in the low 80s and we're mostly sunny I'm sturm two for a meteorologist Samara Theodore It is 70° now at fort belvoir 70 in annandale 72 in college park in 70° in the nation's capital This is W TOP Your source for today's top news traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated In your car at home at work and on the go WTO P never this a moment Good evening I'm Sarah Jacobs Laura spitale act as our producer tonight coming up CBS News confirms the U.S. sat down today with the Taliban and will do it again tomorrow A community center in D.C.'s ward 7 holds a video gaming tournament for the youth I'm a Keisha James.
"samar" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The Department of Finance and others to determine the best method for payment for this voter education campaign. All right, Joe Michael's Thank you. 6, 20 traffic and weather together. Now here's Dana Hess, Samar downtown of the split is where we start. He's found gaps any still got some slow traffic getting away from Midtown that starts around like e now and goes all the way to exposition and then disappears for a bit comes back sometime after Fulton Avenue and goes on toe ETI AA little slowing out there as well. So About nine minutes. He's bound on the Cap City Freeway to the split. Split to Roseville is going to be about nine minutes as well. Downtown. L grope is 11 minutes and I five and little longer 14 minutes on 99 going to Folsom. No issues. No problems. No cares. No worries. 18. That's as you head out to Folsom Boulevard downtown a woodland. It's going to be 16 minutes to Main Street. Nine minutes downtown Davis westbound 80. That's of course, westbound eastbound looks like it has cleared up as well. For trick or treat season. Same art's all about the treats with amazing prices on Halloween goodies for kids, big and small, like T bone steak for just 5 £99 in the max back carbon to fall deals as Samart Valley proud traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 kfbk. R and brought you by life Source. Water systems. Your KFBK forecast Tonight we'll see mainly clear skies Expect alot tonight 51 to 55 Partly sunny and cool Friday with a high 74 to 78. Saturday will be cool clouds and limited sunshine Saturday will reach a high 76 to 80 I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shana News 93.1 kfbk..
"samar" Discussed on WTOP
"O P s and on, Alexa Money News, a 25 and 55 on the GOP. Here is Jeff job losses. Cocks have been brutal, but they haven't killed every industry. In fact, Washington ranks number one for white collar job Cos. Holding pace steady or even raising compensation in recent months in the main reason about that is because DD D. C is such a competitive city. In transit at times to keep that internal talent in this area. Employers know that they have to either keep keep the salaries of Samar increased them. That's Trey Barnett. Its staffing from Robert Half in D. C. Pay cuts, Khun backfire. Of hiring managers who've seen employees leave in recent months. 24% say it was a direct result of pay cuts or salary freezes, and a lot of people are looking people are just now able T be a little more savvy when it comes to searching for jobs being that they're not know office and their their their bosses, not over the shoulder, So we're seeing right now that it's just, you know. Very savvy jobseekers. Jeff label. W T o P NEWS Coming UP on w t o P P President Trump nominates Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. He made that announcement just a little while ago in a Rose Garden ceremony, the very latest with CBS coming up here and W T O V, and we'll have some analysis as we go through the evening 5 56, now in Washington. Those unsightly, painful veins or heavy, tired legs have been bothering you turned to the experts at Virginia vain care..
"samar" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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"samar" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"While Sam I'm forced to admit it is yes it is me it is me so here's the deal I nap enough of Samar that that that's me I have been thinking about the generation born nineteen thirty nine nineteen thirty eight to nineteen fifty three they are generation fear they got they got the wrong idea if you were born between thirty eight and fifty three are mom and dad were your grandpa grandma where they were they were they were screwed by the lottery in America are right and this is the Washington post's centered around everyone is that age there comes in vintages each generation has its got check moment that defines all the comes after the global pandemic of twenty twenty will work that way on everyone under fifty but my bet is that it is particularly haunting for those approaching the winter of their lives Bob Dylan was born in nineteen forty one John biases Sameer director Martin Scorsese a year later no wonder that Scorsese has been fascinated with these two singer songwriter they've lived a life spent last year twenty nineteen Scorsese relief rolling thunder revue of Bob Dylan's story which was deemed mesmerizing motion picture by one influential critic anyone in the audience for the afternoon show at the Boston music call on November twenty one nineteen seventy five right now the other fifty six shows of that toward great catching Dylan in the mid seventies was a unique experience the music of that brief post war Vietnam era was wildly mixed up great fun not link the protester politics except for some faint echoes of the decade before a jumble of great sound just before at all degenerated into disco the makers of the music were coming off a young adulthood full of drama and dread that many other great artists and their fans of that era collapsed into a fatigue relief after so many years of intensity seems well inevitable in retrospect many of today's decision makers in America are of the Vietnam protester including president trump born in nineteen forty six Anthony Fauci and house speaker Nancy Pelosi both born in nineteen forty Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and former vice president Joe Biden who would take the controls from trump were both born in nineteen forty two seven already there Charles Schumer is a child among the native born in nineteen fifty most don't remember World War two but they all heard a lot about it and the Great Depression and they can recall the Cold War with its duck and cover drills in full being scared a lot no doubt scarred them all at least a little just a few years but an entire cultural era behind them come vice president pence born in nineteen fifty nine Deborah Berke born in nineteen fifty six that's the blessed year I call it the best year ever to have been born and I can defend that it's unlike some other time not for the mid to late bloomers any of the anxiety laden years the Cuban Missile Crisis are worrying about the drafter being dispatched to Southeast Asia the cut off from anxiety after age eighteen come for those born around nineteen fifty three I live in that year or later and you and your friends weren't gonna be drafted other fears clobbered the younger set agent Steve Paul here all the boomers heart as friends and family grew sick and many die financial shocks and far worse became the norm for everyone born after nineteen sixty three or four economics wounds of shared all over now of working age senseless terrorism and nine eleven which year every American with eyes to see but the politically powerful people named about trump and Pelosi McConnell and and all Biden they all hail from a generation that was reared in fear most of that age cohort connoisseurs of dress they did not live this long to die before their time in a random way struck down by a mysterious viral enemy they cannot see much older now than in their heyday years they are again playing roulette with an invisible enemy here's the point a young people for this generation as young people old people management manage them as young people old people tried to kill them as old people young people are doing the same their parents voted in president to set them and their friends without the station their kids have children who are asymptomatic balls of kryptonite most Americans speaking very generally don't have serious complaints relative to those broadly weighing on most of the world there are exceptions of course lives of suffering and tragedy we know all about that we have mostly all however one histories lottery to have landed here in America and have largely been spared the desperate scramble for life's basic needs that set this cohort of our fellow citizens it is finishing its run this decade or next the one that Scorsese study gonna telling documentaries Scorsese's first was in two thousand and five titled No direction home has had if not a rough time of it then at least a particularly trying what by and large they are not warriors they are not a greatest generation though there are some among us who are heroes of course they are most definitely bell of a piece the date stamps on our entertainment are a mix nineteen fifty six was a good year to step on to the stage nineteen forty one not so much if past is prologue the Dylan Byers generation at nineteen thirty eight to nineteen fifty three group that produced some lasting art and commentary about their age and this crisis they've done so before because of.
"samar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The past five years he spends considerable time around the west gate area Cassano was working last night on the third floor of a building at Westgate and heard the first shots and then saw the shooter then I could see the gunmen a walking towards the window where I was after he walks you directly in my direction twice saw him very very clearly this was right after several rounds had just gone off he was walking very slowly and calmly but he was he appeared to be reloading his weapon I then he walked into a passageway out of my sight and then I heard several more rounds go off after that after the shooter had moved to a different location casada says that he went outside to try to help with the injured people and heard that police officers had already captured the shooter live in the newsroom Jim Brinson KTAR news what can we do to end an active shooting it we find ourselves in the middle of one KTA ours Peter Samar continues our live team coverage and tells us more well Jeff if we can do it safely perhaps throwing things at active shooters would distract them or hit them in the head fear may paralyze us but security expert Robert solar's also says we should fight run hide in that order you're liable to possibly one person and another one get wounded but the chances that there's not going to be a lot of other people injured or hurt is greater that way solar's also tells us to keep texting and social media posting to a minimum so that we don't tell active shooters and their accomplices where you're hiding yes we must always watch your surroundings for potential danger reporting live Peter Seymour KTAR news virus in Arizona on a virus cases in Arizona have surpassed fifteen thousand the number of cases jumped up by more than four hundred this morning there were also sixteen newly.
"samar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"For land to build more now all of us old Phoenix natives all ten of us invite you to experience what life was like for us when we were kids the drive in theater if not this weekend certainly in the near future just think about it using your card to do social distancing wouldn't that make texts aren't hard smile thanks Jeff Jim Sharpe is going to be back on Monday morning you can join him and Jamie Weston detour Dan at five on Monday morning for Arizona's morning news where are teens going during the pandemic thousands of them in the valley and California and Georgia are meeting each other via zoom conferences the valley nonprofit KTA ours Peter Samar explains the pandemic taught fifteen year old Aiden Kennedy a powerful lesson you never know when the next pandemic it happened or she'll never be able to talk to or see your friends again at least in person he joined team talks from the valley non profit not my kid and it secured zoom meetings for the life skills class with other teens and adult mentors life skills teach you how to deal with relationships certain situations that delicate things you will go through as a high school there and they put real life situations that you know my Evans is apparent and track and field coach in the Los Angeles area her high school senior gets no prom or graduation ceremony actually ordered a capping down do something maybe out in the driveway or perhaps people drive by it she uses team talks for her children to power past the pandemic and then I also found that it gives kids a chance to think about themselves and men here the other kids and men know that what they're feeling is normal not my kids chief programs officer Jurado Mantan you'll quickly moved her curriculum online and into zoom we had about a three hundred and eighty five percent increase in the number of participants who had an online class with us meaning fifteen thousand valley teens usually adults are too busy working and teams want to be independent of them but during the pandemic teens are cherishing the opportunities to have their parents in front of them when they want to Peter say more KTAR news if you'd like to find out how to join team talks from not my.
"samar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"R.'s Peter Samar he reports Arizona's Republican senator supports contact tracing to stop the spread of the virus but Martha McSally says there must be limits we're not in China and other countries that violated civil liberties where the government is tracking down everybody otherwise tracking physical contact of coronavirus patients like for any other disease could help infectious disease doctors and public health leaders when you get a positive test and you're trying to contain it you can identify like okay who else do we need to notify and test Google and apple are building a system to track people's physical contacts through Bluetooth on cell phones Peter say more KTAR news telehealth is great but it doesn't always meet all of your physical needs banner health Dr Devon minor says that's why they're opening more urgent care throughout the valley their focus on non respiratory illnesses flu to the top of their their their we realize they really need to be seen in person in the future very often very hesitant to comment because they don't want to get potentially exposed but W. might have called in nineteen there is one in Gilbert and another in Sun City minuses dell screen for coated symptoms before anyone enters the building and if they do have symptoms they'll send them to a different clinic you can read more about these stories and get a complete rundown of the latest coronavirus information resources at KTAR dot com and also make sure to download the KTAR news app so you don't miss a thing and you'll be able to hear the president's White House coronavirus task force briefing at two this afternoon will carry it live here on KTAR five oh three and now from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center we say good morning to detour dance good morning Dan well good morning right back to you Jim how about Jamie good morning good morning see how pleasant that could be Jim we have racked out there on the west side Hey that's the outer loop three oh three it's north bound at northern but it's not barking it's off to the left and no longer a factor we had just a boatload of freeway construction this weekend but all of those projects should be wrapped up in put away for the weekend until next weekend when there's about eight or nine project to get service treats look good but we still have the closure of the state route eighty eight north and southbound from state route one eighty eight to the Apache trail that's the roadway that.
"samar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You can change the world for a child in extreme poverty through compassion international just text child eight three three nine three to find out how did your name get your news mostly clear and chilly tonight with a low of forty seven Saturday will be warmer with a high of seventy one we'll see more clouds by the evening but it's staying dry through the weekend then sunshine for Sunday with a high of seventy six we'll warm into the eighties next week on ABC thirteen meteorologist iris Hermosillo right now in Chandler sixty one degrees weather brought to you by Howard air it's six thirty two well the virus in Arizona that the corona virus doesn't care how old you are all age groups are equally likely to get you to tears Peter Samar joins us live from the new center well bacula nearly forty percent of Maricopa county's near four hundred cases are between ages eighteen and thirty nine there will be a few young healthy people who are severely ill with the disease just what happened in Lucy's SL public health director Marcy Flanagan isn't surprised being in the eighteen to thirty nine year old age group does not mean that you are less likely to contract called a nineteen eighties but what it does mean the older you get the more likely you are to have to be your symptoms Maricopa county has nearly sixty percent of Arizona's coronavirus cases and five of the state's thirteen covert nineteen deaths so what happens when we get sick if we get sick over the counter medication like Tylenol or ibuprofen to lower their fever or to lessen their symptoms and to stay hydrated and rested like during a cold or flu Flanigan hosted a virtual town hall this afternoon taking questions from the public and from reporters any discussion who will be staffing the makeshift hospital if and when they come on.
"samar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Samar joins us live in the news center well there's no Bernie paraphernalia there's no long lines like for president trump two weeks ago at veterans memorial Coliseum there's about thirty people standing outdoors right now and the doors opened in four hours but that doesn't scare Craig Culp of Phoenix it was really like a last minute announcement like my friend it just told me about it yesterday Drake current of Glendale knows Bernie's momentum is dwindling after super Tuesday as he said these actions don't panic mode they're doing anything they can to put in to stop the hope center supporters to rally Arizonans less than two weeks before our state's democratic primary so the DNC doesn't as he put it steal the election again live in the news center Peter Seymour KTAR news KTA ours political analyst Mike o'neill says presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is making the right moves by coming to the valley couple weeks from now we're going to be one of the primary states and it looks like we're gonna have a genuine dog fight it's a two person race at this point which also means that in Phoenix we're going to not only have a debate we're going to have the first real debate of the season Neil says Bernie has to appeal to a different demographic rather than just the one he's leaning toward now to bring Elizabeth Warren supporters Warren dropped out of the race this morning o'neill says he won't be surprised if Joe Biden holds a surprise rally here in the state as well this just into the KTAR news room a fifteen year old boy is dead following the shooting at desert sky mall near seventy Fifth Avenue and Thomas road this week police are looking for twenty seven year old Damon DA ray Hayes he's five foot nine one hundred eighty five pounds with black hair and brown eyes he has a goatee and a tattoo of a tear drop under his right eye his picture is a K. T. A. R. dot com if you have any information on his whereabouts you're asked to call police with the coronavirus crisis comes another scam alert A. B. C. news crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett tells KTA are con artists are sending phishing emails claiming to be from the World Health Organization he says they use the correct logo and even the correct address saying look here's the latest and they give you the latest on what's going on with corona virus around the world and then you say if you want future updates click on it same thing happens malicious what Mao where in it's all bad for you Garrett also says cybercriminals are stoking conspiracy theory fears by sending emails claiming the government has a cure for the corona virus and the only way to get information about the cure is to click a link that downloads malware onto your device let's check on those roads for you right now with Larry Lewis sees in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center well Becky Lynn we are delaying it with a few problem spots none more troubling right now than the fifty one north that it's a crash it's been there for a bit it's north and south of Indian school road but it's all right it's got your backed up towards Thomas if you're headed north out of the fifty one that's the reason for the holdup to to red mountain west on also slow already thirty second street over towards the many stack and ten eastbound slow through that construction work dieser overdue about Avondale this report sponsored by Lowe's your next home improvement project right by shopping lows for deals throughout the store do it right for less start with lows I'm Larry Lewis KTAR news today looking for a high of eighty five degrees overnight partly cloudy and sixty four Friday eighty six it's eighty one right now in Phoenix weather brought you by Howard air but the replace a repair call Howard air and Becky Lynn on Arizona's new station KTAR news Chad I got a break we have to be a huge drunk yeah one bag this is the Gatos and Chad show over the harbor got you through super Tuesday here it is Thursday in the valley let's set the scene for you guys right now so two weeks ago president I'd states it comes out right flies out he everybody's getting ready for it it is a zoo a veteran for more it is is to is a carnival like atmosphere there's Cheerios there's hot dogs is people cheering it is everything you think a carnival like atmosphere should be within dissipation people lining up for days to see the present United States two weeks in a super Tuesday removed Bernie.
"samar" Discussed on KOMO
"Not allowed to have a gun document Samar Keith told bird and William Tell over full charged with first degree murder in the case and still in Las Vegas where they were arrested instigated issued out with a rival gang member seven people were shot that night one innocent person died Austin it's originally has signed a bill changing the new state business and occupation tax to guarantee college money for eligible families the new law charges businesses with more than one million dollars gross revenue a one point seven five percent tax to fund the Washington College grant program or sunny today's bill because he wanted to make sure that that guarantee was fulfilled so that we would create a stable funding source to cover the promise of that free tuition for eligible students and today the legislature succeed if the change comes after higher than expected demand for the program which serves low and median income students with reduced or free tuition being considered by the state Senate if a doctor prescribes a high dose of opioids they'd have to prescribe a second drug as well come was Charlie harder report this bill would require doctors to prescribe naloxone the overdose reversal drug when they prescribe heavy doses of opiates AJ Johnson with the Washington State Council firefighters testify to the state Senate that time is critical in the drug to be administered before first responders get to the scene spells not the final answer to the opioid ametek epidemic but is a small step in the right direction some senators in the hearing were concerned about the cost of the program which could run millions curly Herger colonialists slow moving landslide near fall city is late king county to ask one neighborhood to voluntarily evacuate king county's director of local services John Taylor says this is happening on three fifty six Dr Dre highway two oh two in an abundance of caution we really wanted to get ahead of this and notify homeowners and given the chance to get out before anything happens wore it to happen he says of the road is damaged or destroyed there's no other way to get out of the neighborhood fifty six homes are affected trees mud and huge boulders crash down on the S. R. seven oh six in two different places last week almost Carlene Johnson has the latest Adams and we DO to use as they did get in for a survey when the weather broke or service rolled up the highway actually collapse and all the running water that happened going it's natural force before is spellbinding across the highway this basically is cut off residence in Ashford Joe Petrovsky owns the stone creek lodge I think they're gonna want us to evacuate but most people I can guarantee you're not going to back to a doctor he's calling his guest today to cancel their coming weekend stays Carlene Johnson komo news also plenty of flood damage inside Ranier park spokesperson Terry you will be is says the basements of two historic buildings were flooded one of them the national park in she says they're in the process of contacting people who had reservation we understand that that can look on the web cams and they can say ours paradise and all the great now with everything but it's it's not an area that folks can now which I know is this morning but our our first priority of course is safety well the says they're still assessing damage done to trails or other areas that could delay the park re opening even after the roads outside the Parker cleared colonies time forty past the hour now.
"samar" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Samar understood the importance of non invasive cancer treatment what all the hospitals and all the doctors and all the facilities thought standard treatment is perfectly fine one doctor stood up and said there's a better way and that better way well we'll talk about it when you come in just give us a call two two choices you can call even now if you want to make an appointment well get a booklet the D. V. D. you let us know for the book the DVD there's no charge for the appointment we accept most insurances Medicare Medicaid does patients here from around the world why well I think you know why because we have the experience and dedication and communicate with each person if you want that's the work we do if you wanted speaking about saving part of your body what about a man is fifty seven years old he's an investment banker who came with a cancer on his **** yeah he yeah the cancer and his **** has diabetes and high blood pressure and yeah the lesion on his hours for quite some time it'd biopsies it was growing and growing that was the mass was growing up to three centimeters four centimeters of it was consistent with the cancer had biopsies and they told me was nothing well it was a mass it was an all serrated massive lesion on his **** of all out side of the base of the **** and he came to me and I saw him and I said the member ID been seen by multiple doctors never was diagnosed he came to us and with this massive flood of for similar mass of them fear love sort of the **** with no obvious spread and we got a biopsy is tiny little needle biopsies states them up and luckily for him seem to be a localized cancer and he chose our treatment it been sued by surgeons who wanted to amputate his organ well he didn't want his organ amputated.
"samar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Detective Lieutenant over central homicide, phony Barra from this coaching house and told him where he could find a well-dressed cadaver named Leon infringed. A few small details gave it Barrett time to check. My tip minute went down to see the good Lieutenant and told him why I've been up in Waller's room only to find Leon instead of a certain ladies string of pearls. Well, I thought WALDO might have up there. Weathering ladies go on or they might have been in Wallis car that wallows killer away in. What? Yeah. They might also Abacha unpaid bills charges to the account of a certain Frank varsity. Well, now, the police aren't interested in domestic scandal. They they want to prevent or to solve crime. Right. So so I've got five hundred dollars for the police fund if those pearls in those bills are returned to their rightful owners. No, no, it's it's a valuable necklace. Yeah. Said forty one pearls perfectly matched diamond propeller class. That's it. That's the one j on the level. Just telling me straight. What it's all about. Sure. This Waller was blackmailing a wife with pearls and her husband with the bills with partially Leon to get the bills from wall. Instead wallow Kellyanne then stepped out and happened to get shot by that guy at the bar now bicyles names, these out of the paper, I get five hundred dollars and that goes to the police find we'll keep you when I'm not in this case for money. I just wanted to get back the bills and the pearls Samar the police sounded business to sling mud deliver the boroughs to the lady yourself if you like. You better take them to see except for the diamond cappella for them there. Phony phony model or what?.